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24th Annual First Year Show: YOU ARE HERE

October 3-5 | Hepburn Zoo Theatre

An evening of original theatre written, designed, and performed by Middlebury students!

Directed by Julia Proctor ‘06.5

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The Bacchae 2.1 by Charles Mee

October 31-November 2 | Seeler Sutdio Theatre

A play based on Euripides’s The Bacchae.

Directed by Michole Biancosino

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Airswimming by Charlotte Jones

November 14-16 | Hepburn Zoo Theatre

Set in 1920’s England, Airswimming is based on the true story of two women (Miss Kitson and Miss Baker), who have been incarcerated in a hospital for the “criminally insane” for having borne illegitimate children.

Senior 700 work in Acting of Madeline Ciocci ‘20
Independent 500 work in Directing of Zachary Varricchione ‘21

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One Flea Spare by Naomi Wallace

November 21-23 | Wright Memorial Theatre

A wealthy couple is preparing to flee their home when a mysterious sailor and a young girl appear sneaking into their boarded up house. Now, quarantined together for 28 days, the only thing these strangers fear more than the Plague is each other.

Directed by Cláudio Medeiros

Stark red handwriting spelling The Pussy Grabber Plays

The Pussy Grabber Plays by Katie Pines ‘03 and Sharyn Rothstein

January 21 | Seeler Studio Theatre

A curation of plays inspired by women who came forward in accusations against President Trump. Produced during the 21st Century Theatre Festival in collaboration with the Middlebury Performing Arts Council.

Directed by Cheryl Faraone

Art by Yasmina Reza

No public performances due to pandemic

When Serge buys a painting, his friends, Marc and Yvan, react to his purchase. Marc’s response is quite volcanic; for him, Serge’s purchase of the painting threatens to wreck their friendship.

Directed by Alex Draper

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Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

May 4 | Zoom

A play dramatizing the events surrounding the assassination of Julius Caesar, a Roman general and statesman.

Directed by Cheryl Faraone